Perth train network
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Perth rail network, with map showing train routes, ferries and CAT buses. Now updated for July 2024.
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Perth trains are frequent, fast, reliable and inexpensive. With seven lines radiating from Perth station, you can catch a modern electric train west to Fremantle, east to Perth Airport or Midland, north to Yanchep or south to Mandurah, Armadale or Thornlie.

SmartRider is a fully multi-modal, reusable smart card which allows easy, hassle-free travel on TransPerth train, ferry and bus services across metropolitan Perth from Two Rocks in the north to Dawesville and Pinjarra in the south and to Mundaring and Wundowie in the east.

Buy your SmartRider card for $10 at Perth station, Perth Busport, Elizabeth Quay busport or at one of 60 Retail outlets across the Perth suburban area.

Simply tag on when you board your bus or enter the railway station, and tag off when you get off the bus or leave the station.

Free CAT Buses (Central Area Transit) run very frequent and easy-to-use services in downtown Perth, Fremantle and Joondalup. Each route has its own colour, and the bus stops are colour co-ordinated so it is easy to find the CAT bus you need. Just hop on and hop off - CAT buses are free, no Smartrider card is required.
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